It's more than a decade now since Frans Van Hauwaert, researcher and acoustics expert, built his first loudspeaker sets that stunned the world by their realism and sound quality. Audiophiles in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany have come to appreciate and admire the exceptional reproduction of music, truly recreating the presence of a concert hall in your living room. Defying all laws of acoustics, Van Hauwaert has now built a set in titanium, pyramid-shaped, which again shows surprising clarity and realism.
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It was back in 1987 that Frans Van Hauwaert surprised the audio world for the first time with a loudspeaker set that showed uncanny realism, depth and clarity. For more than twenty years, this electronics expert and acoustician from Kalmthout, near Antwerp (Belgium), had been looking for the perfect way to reproduce music.
For him, every loudspeaker is a musical instrument that has to be tuned for perfect reproduction. Whereas an average loudspeaker is tuned to one or two frequencies, Van Hauwaert's models are adjusted to some forty odd frequencies, almost one for every instrument in an orchestra. By carefully choosing each and every component and handcrafting them meticulously into the final loudspeaker set, the designer has been able to create models that truly stand out from the crowd - even if that crowd consists of other high-end loudspeaker sets.